There’s not a whole lot to say in the description that wasn’t said in the video, but thanks to everybody who watches! Life here is going incredibly, but it is definitely not without its challenges. If you’d like to see more videos about my travels and time in Korea, feel free to subscribe to my … More An Honest 2 Month Update on Life in Korea
When I arrived at Incheon Airport from New York – read my full review of the journey here – I had only a vague idea on how to get to Seoul city center from there. Like many of the large airports for supercities, the airports that serve them are quite a while away from the … More The Best Ways to get from Incheon Airport to Seoul
Sorryy about the shortness of this vlog, but I really took this past weekend for myself to regroup for the next few months at work where I won’t have many breaks. I think that despite the shortness of the footage, I managed to capture some pretty nice shots and hope you agree. See you later … More 48 Hours in Tokyo
Today will be my last Korea vlog for the next week as I’m heading to Tokyo this weekend. Today I had a beautiful relaxing Sunday at the Daegu Arboretum with my friend Nicole, and we went for dinner at La Spezia afterwards. If you’re interested in visiting the Botanical Gardens, they’re around a mile from … More A Relaxing Sunday in Daegu
I’ll be adding to this collection of photographs over my year long stay here, but if you’d like to see any of my posts on South Korea, click here.
This was my third visit to New York, and my first time being there on such a tight budget. The first time I went, I had just turned 19 and visited for around a week with my two friends (click here to read). The next time I visited, I stayed for just over two weeks … More New York City, NY
Hi everyone, welcome back! Today I decided to go a little more in depth with my actual day to day life teaching. Of course I can’t bring you into my classroom with my kids for the sake of their privacy, but I tried to give as much of an insight as possible. I sort of … More A Day in the Life of a Brand New English Teacher in Korea
Full travel post coming soon. For a review on where to stay in Washington, D.C. see my recent post here.
Hi everyone, welcome back! Sorry I haven’t posted in the last month but things have been so hectic. I moved into my new apartment three weeks ago and have been working to get myself settled in to my new life and job here in South Korea. You can also see the finished makeover of my … More Empty Apartment Tour in Daegu, South Korea